2014 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting

  • 24 Oct 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Holocaust & Human Rights Center, UMaine, Augusta
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  • Includes lunch. Register BEFORE October 1 and save!
  • Register BEFORE October 1 and save! Non-member price includes lunch and a $25 credit toward MAM membership!
  • Includes lunch.
  • Non-member price includes lunch and a $25 credit toward MAM membership!
  • Includes lunch and a $25 credit toward MAM membership. Valid student i.d. required at registration.

Registration is now closed.  We have reached our capacity for this year's conference.  Please email info@mainemuseums.org to be placed on a waiting list in the event of a cancellation.

2014 Conference Program

For collecting institutions and organizations in Maine, planning for our future is equally important as preserving our present and past.  While the future in its very essence hinges on the unknown, there is groundwork we can lay now with the goal of meeting these upcoming challenges head on, and enabling us to flourish in their wake.

How will we continue to care for our collections?  What can we do to retain and increase membership and visitation?  Will we be able to maintain a presence of strong leadership within our organization?  What actions can we take now to ensure our success and growth for years to come? 

Join your colleagues throughout Maine for a full day of professional development opportunities including:

  • Multiple blocks of breakout sessions
  • Networking lunches
  • Thought-provoking keynote address
  • Poster Displays
  • Exhibition of vendors and services specific to your field & more!

The Maine Archives and Museums 2014 Annual Conference will offer participants an array of topic sessions and workshops addressing these questions including: 

  • Collections Care and Preservation
  • Fundraising:  Annual Funds and Capital Campaigns 
  • Digitizing Collections
  • Planning for Maine’s Bicentennial
  • Governance:  Ethics Policies and By-laws
  • Targeting Group Tours
  • Collaborative Partnerships
  • Innovative Programming


Keynote address featuring Steve Bromage, Director, Maine Historical Society & Steve Podgajny, Director, Portland Public Library and one of Maine Magaine's "50 People" for 2014. 

This year's keynote is sponsored by 

Questions? email info@mainemuseums.org or call 207-400-6965. 



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